- Over 90% of Nama development houses located in or around Dublin
- The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) has said that 78% of the 20,000 houses it is developing will be in Dublin, with a further 15% in the surrounding area. Nama is outlining its progress on its house-building programme, as well as the Docklands ...
- A shocking silence: The elephant in the room during the campaign has been Nama
- This very topic was the subject of pertinent questioning by Fine Gael's Michael D'arcy of NUI Galway economics professor Alan Ahearne at the Oireachtas banking inquiry last year. Dr Ahearne was a key player in Nama's development as Mr Lenihan's special ...
- The right moves: Nama's development problem
- The Treasury Building on Grand Canal Street Lower where NAMA is based. Photo: Tom Burke.
- Builders in Ireland turn heat up on NAMA's development role
- Builders in Ireland turn heat up on NAMA's development role. Words: Roger Milne. The group of five builders and developers challenging plans by the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) to construct 20,000 homes has broadened their complaint to ...
- NAMA confident of €2bn surplus by the time it completes work
- Speaking at the committee Mr Daly and Mr McDonagh also gave details of NAMA's development plans for the Dublin Docklands, as well as its plans for the construction of residential housing.
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